I thought scholarship athletes weren't allowed to have outside jobs? :wink:
So Michael Crabtree lives with a kid who deals quantities of blow and he is completely unaware..... riiight.... No way his roommates didn't know. I have lived with a lot of ppl over the years and when I had one that was up to no good I always figured it out... No wonder he had the strength to score that late TD against UT
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So this kid is automatically guilty so that means he is in eligible so Tech's win over the sips is negated, so they have 0 losses in the Big12, so they get to go to the title game Saturday.
Well finally some justice in this world!
So that's the secret to the success of there offense? All hyped up on cocaine...he must have been running low by the time they played Oklahoma...what a shame.
If Crabtree played for ISU, he'd be kicked off the team by the NCAA.
how? it was not crabtree......
TT fans must feel **** on when their coach regularly interviews for any decent job that is open. Then he pulls his name out of the running when its clear he is not getting the job.
You know... this just serves to re-inforce stereotypes and Jokes about the Red Raiders... :rolleyes:
(I appologize to the handful of decent people we met in Lubbock, but on a whole Tech fans were far and away the worst I've seen in my trips around the Big XII so far...)
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I really doubt he knew about it, since the guy was selling in NM. I think he just had the stuff with him at the time, but wasn't dealing in Lubbock.Quote:
According to The Associated Press, indictment alleges Sanders and others "known and unknown to the grand jury" committed the offenses in June in Lea County, N.M., where Sanders' hometown of Hobbs is located.